Vessel Information System (VIS)

Vessel Information System (VIS) is a barrier-free satellite-based communication service that can be used even in mobile conditions.

VIS uses mobile and web-based applications, can be used to monitor fuel usage and ship movements precisely and in real time so that customers can control their operational costs.

This service is the right solution to meet the needs of the maritime, oil, gas & mining, military and mobile transportation industries.

VIS Service Advantages

Services reach all over the world
Can be used to get information on fuel usage, engine condition, sensors and ship movements in a timely and real time
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